The new social order created by these governing groups then stifles marginalized groups by manipulating laws and policies to make life easier for them by raising the bar on access to basic things such as housing and food and cutting down staffs in companies which they own in order to limit expenditure. These developments push the marginalized communities further into hardship, substance use, and acts of deviance against the dominant groups in order to obtain resources which they think can better their lives.
The solution lies in dealing with the root cause of the social conflict instead of turning the law and the hard power of the state against the symptoms of underlying problem of social conflict. Specifically, long-term solutions lie in the formulation of policies which support even distribution of resources and proper affirmative action for marginalized groups. This way, the class differences which stress the marginalized communities and push them into substance use, possibly to relieve stress and the criminal life that accompanies drug use would be resolved